A shipping magnate hires four experts from various fields to investigate what happened to his ships that went missing in the Bermuda Triangle. The team discovers a threat that might unravel time itself and cause the world to end.
Lou Diamond Phillips
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René Cardona Jr.
I watched this when I was in high school, and I took it for exactly what it was - a movie presented for fun. Unfortunately, I have no "scientific analysis" to present about it simply because there isn't anything to say. I will say that I vaguely remember going for a burger and fries after leaving the theater! There were a lot of movies about UFO's, Bigfoot, and big sharks back then, and I'm afraid no one really considered this feature to be any different. I found that it filled a need -we had fun watching it. Brad Crandall was at the height of his glory in a huge study full of neat model ships and a behemoth video player (which was amazing in itself back then). The special effects were a little cheesy, and the acting was a little corny, but all in all it was a fun movie. I recommend it for those who find the subject interesting. Please resist the temptation to be overly critical. "Exhaustive scientific research" is not called for.
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